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Old 05-27-2011, 01:03 AM   #1
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2012 Wheels Bolt Pattern/Offset

Anyone know the offset for stock 2012 wheels, or a range that's allowable? I know the pattern is 5-108, but couldn't find any solid info on offset.

Long story short I'm putting snow tires on in the winter and am looking for cheap alloy wheels in the meantime.

I'm also curious to know how thin I can/should go, or if I should stick with stock wheel sizes. I was planning on running thinner wheels as I've heard they are significantly better then thin ones in snow. Probably not so much on ice...but I don't think it really matters much between sizes unless you're running studs. Anyways, how can I figure out what wheel/tire sizes will work with my vehicle to ensure the speedo still reads correctly and the offset won't cause clearance issues?

Also if anyone knows other vehicles that use wheels compatible with the 2012 focus, post it up...so I can be on the lookout for those specific wheels.


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